MyNolla MyNolla power strip, Fox Cub, white
MyNolla MyNolla power strip, Fox Cub, white
MyNolla MyNolla power strip, Fox Cub, white
MyNolla MyNolla power strip, Fox Cub, white
MyNolla MyNolla power strip, Fox Cub, white

MyNolla power strip, Fox Cub, white


MyNolla power strip


The MyNolla extension cord adds a touch of practical elegance to the everyday: not only is it functional, but also nice to look at. Part of the MyNolla x Teemu Järvi collection, the Fox Cub power strip is illustrated with artist Teemu Järvi’s captivating interpretation of a curious young fox. The minimalist power strip has a removable cover in birch veneer with a hand-finished wood surface whose lively and varied color and wood grain add lovely warmth to the design – a characteristic not often seen in extension cords! MyNolla has been awarded the European Product Design Award 2021.

MyNolla's power strips are designed and manufactured in Finland. The extension cord has three child-proof electric sockets equipped with safety locks, a convenient power button with a white LED light and a two-meter cord. The product is designed so that, as needed, it can be easily disassembled and recycled or repaired – although it is best to leave the latter in the hands of a professional. The product package is completely plastic-free and made of recycled cardboard. The manufacturer has also compensated for the product's entire carbon footprint.

Body: PC/ABS, top sheet: birch veneer with HDF core
White, birch
8.35 in (21.2 cm)
2.8 in (7.1 cm)
1.73 in (4.4 cm)
250 V
Power supply
16A 250V~, max. 3680W
Certifications and labels
CE marked: tested and approved according to European standards
Right angle plug (CEE7/7)
Cable length
78.74 in (200 cm)
Cable colour
Cable material
22.93 oz (650 g)
Outlets: 3 x Type F.
Please note that due to the use of natural veneer for the top sheet, variations in color and texture might occur.

Teemu Järvi

Teemu Järvi (born 1973) studied art in the Free Art School in Helsinki and received his Master of Arts degree in Spatial and Furniture Design from University of Art and Design Helsinki. He has become known for his work in the Järvi & Ruoho design office and the Vera chair, which Wallpaper Magazine selected as the most beautiful chair of the year in 2004. His work and illustrations have appeared in a number of international publications including International Design Year Book, Interni and Abitare.

Teemu Järvi has gained recognition in various design competitions (incl. Pro Finnish Design 2001, Caiazza Memorial Challenge 2003, and Vuoden Huiput 2013), won Carin and Erik Bryggman Award (2007) and received grants from the Finnish Cultural Foundation (2004-2009). In 2004, Wallpaper Magazine named Järvi as one of the 15 Most Wanted Designers in the Future.

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